The importance of team communication: why your client's Lawyer, Financial Advisor, Accountant and Insurance Agents should be talking
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Elder and Estate Attorneys are often called at the height of a long-term care crisis. This webinar is meant to expand the conversation for long-term care crisis planning that lawyers and other key professionals such as financial advisors, insurance professionals and accountants who share a client can and should have before a crisis occurs. A client's Long-Term Care dilemma will affect many besides the client. Opening the three doors that take into account others who are impacted by an LTC crisis allows all the key professionals to expand the LTC conversation to targeted planning and precise preparation that ultimately requires all their expertise and cooperation. This can minimize any crisis. When attorneys include a client’s financial advisors on all levels in this crisis planning the client and their agents, family members and support team can make informed decisions.
Cathy Sikorski, Esq.is a practicing and consulting Elder Law attorney for over 30 years. She writes and speaks to promote financial and legal preparation in the aging crisis. She has authored Showering with Nana: Confessions of a Serial (killer) Caregiver and Who Moved My Teeth? Preparing for Self, Loved Ones and Caregiving, Sikorski’s second book premiered as #1 on Amazon. Her third book was recently released by Humoroutcasts Press/ Corner Office Books in October 2021 entitled 12 Conversations: How to Talk to Almost Anyone About Long-Term Care Planning. Sikorski has educated financial professionals, long-term care professionals, insurance professionals, attorneys, caregivers, social workers and many more about the need for serious long-term care planning. With many television,radio, and podcast appearances, she has also been featured on the Huffington Post, AARP and is a SheSource expert for the Women’s Media Center (WMC) in Washington, D.C. Her One-Act Play, All Caregiving Aside was performed by Writers Theatre of New Jersey at Kean University during the Healing VoicesOnStage: Caregivers’ Stories. Sikorski serves on the Board of Directors of Nancy’s House, a nonprofit dedicated to respite for caregivers. She can also be seen on the West Chester Story Slam YouTube channel. Her website is at www.cathysikorski.com/Speaker. Sikorski has a blog, “You Just have to Laugh…..where Caregiving is Comedy at www.cathysikorski.com.